Basic Income in Japan

Basic Income in Japan

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Basic Income in Japan is the first collective volume in English entirely devoted to the discussion of Japan's potential for a basic income program in the context of the country's changing welfare state. Vanderborght and Yamamori bring together over a dozen contributors to provide a general overview of the scholarly debate on universal and unconditional basic income, including a foreword by Ronald Dore. Drawing on empirical data on poverty and inequality as well as normative arguments, this balanced approach to a radical idea is essential reading for the study of contemporary Japan.Selling her food is her only source of income, which, according to the chef, is about enough to secure her living and allows her to travel. These are just two examples for how the members of this network develop a subversive a€œDIY economyanbsp;...

Title:Basic Income in Japan
Author: Yannick Vanderborght, Toru Yamamori
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-10-09

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